Originally published in: 2016
What it’s about: A man begins to grieve the loss of his wife from the 2015 Paris terror attacks.
What made me pick it up: It was short and I had read really positive reviews of it.
My favorite things: This story is as stunning as it is brief. Just 130 pages but you will cry your way through the author’s devastation on each one. I appreciate his excruciating honesty and the beautiful tribute he created for his wife.
Who it’s great for: Anyone who has lost a loved one unexpectedly. Those that want to face the world with hope instead of fear or anger. Fans of When Breath Becomes Air.